The event will consist of 12-24 miniboats holding up to eight people, according to the website. Reservations are required, and anyone signing up must reserve the entire boat so that members of families or groups are kept together, while the groups are socially distanced.
The latest in a line of University of Texas controversies, The Daily Texan reports Wednesday that the Longhorn band will not attend this Saturday's football game due to band members voting they did not want to play "The Eyes of Texas."
For the first time in months, comedy returns to the stage of one Austin venue.
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Halloween isn't canceled, but COVID-19 health risks should keep the holiday celebration at a minimum this year in Austin.
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This year has been off the rails, and this is especially true for Austin's beloved miniature choo choo the Zilker Zephyr.
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Austin FC is one seat closer to opening the doors to its new stadium for the 2021 Major League Soccer season.
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Texas joined the Trump administration's lawsuit against Google, accusing the tech giant of monopolizing the search engine market and controlling how online ads are bought and sold, according to the suit filed Tuesday morning.